21 Nov Turkey and Fitness Equipment on 3G Cardio Thanksgiving Menu
Visit our huge Black Friday Sale all this week!
By AARON DORKSEN – 3G Cardio Fitness Editor
Black Friday will come to 3GCardio.com with one of its biggest savings events of the year.
I can’t think of a better way to burn off holiday calories than with an award-winning 3G Cardio treadmill, exercise bike or vibration machine.
Give the gift of fitness to yourself or someone else by visiting www.3gcardio.com during the Thanksgiving holidays and take advantage of these amazing sitewide offers:
- Save SIX percent on all purchases at checkout by entering this coupon code: Save6
- Free shipping
- 30-day money back guarantee
- The 3G Cardio Black Friday sale goes from Nov. 19 to Nov. 26
3GCardio has treadmills to fit every workout and space need, starting with the 3G Cardio Elite Runner Treadmill ($3,399) and continuing with the 3G Cardio Pro Runner Treadmill ($1,899), 3G Cardio 80i Fold Flat Treadmill ($1,799) and 3G Cardio Lite Runner Treadmill ($999).Full Comparison Chart
They have exercise bike needs covered with the 3G Cardio Elite RB Recumbent Bike ($1,799) and 3G Cardio Elite UB Upright Bike ($1,299).
Elite RB Recumbent Bike
Elite UB Upright Bike
3G Cardio treadmills and vibration training machines are carried by respected dealers all over the nation. Award-winning 3G Cardio products are also available online at 3GCardio.com.
THANKSGIVING WORKOUT TIPS
Here are eight tips to make sure you don’t wind up more stuffed than the turkey:
- Exercise beforehand — Create a calorie deficit leading up to Thanksgiving by making sure to exercise before indulging. Walk or run a little extra on a 3G Cardio treadmill or spend more time in the gym. Take a walk early in the day on Thanksgiving Day and then even after dinner.
- Eat beforehand — Eat a small, but good breakfast and maybe even a healthy snack such as an apple before Thanksgiving dinner to help limit how much you’ll want to eat at the dinner.
- Think of healthy side dishes — Limit the amount of sugar and fat in your recipes. An example might be to have a healthy green bean salad instead of a green bean casserole coated in a fatty crust. You also might want to use fat-free chicken broth to baste the turkey and make gravy.
- Limit your portion sizes — Thanksgiving tables are works of art, displaying the best cooking and traditions a family has to offer. It’s OK to want to try many things on the table, but limit your portion sizes. Think about what you really want to eat and maybe look to have things that you don’t get to eat most other times during the year.
- Skip the second helping – Sit and talk and let your meal digest instead of immediately going back for seconds. Leftovers will make a great meal the next day.
- Savor your meal — Take time to savor the meal by really tasting each mouthful. It’s OK to put your fork down. You don’t want to be eating so fast that you’re fork is throwing off sparks.
- Limit alcohol intake — Calories from alcohol can add up quickly and imbibing can also lead to making poor food choices and overeating. If you are going to drink alcohol, mix in glasses of water in between rounds to get a more full feeling and slow down on the spirits.
- Focus on relationships — While Thanksgiving is known for the food, focus on the time you’ll get to spend with family and friends and cherish that as well.